This remote stretch of sand's also known as Shipwreck Cove, and got its name when a trading vessel suspected of smuggling cigarettes ran aground on the beach in 1980. The cove's surrounded on three sides by limestone cliffs, and while it's only reachable via boat, it still sees thousands of visitors each year thanks to its powdery sand, incredibly clear water, and, well, the whole "scenic shipwreck" thing.
On top of being a magnificent beach, it's also one of the world's premier BASE jumping locales, which is either a major selling point or a terrifying prospect. Even if you don't take a leap of faith like these crazies, at the end of the day you'll still be on the most unique beach in the world, and that ain't bad.
Gianni Jaccoma is a staff writer for Thrillist, and he’s too much of a wuss to ever do any BASE jumping. Follow him at ground level on Twitter @gjaccoma